March 8, 2017
Well Aware, the MCPS wellness program, is challenging you to step up to the plate and move during this spring’s new physical activity challenge, Spring Training. Registration is now under way.
Perhaps you have been hibernating through the long winter months and aren’t fully motivated to get moving yet. The transition from couch potato to being physically active can be intimidating and may not happen overnight. That’s OK; even professional baseball players need time to adjust from months of inactivity. Dust off your sneakers and get ready to hit a fitness home run!
Along the way, Well Aware will offer you incentives to keep you motivated. You could win individual prizes, grants to promote wellness at your school or office, as well as recognition for your efforts.
Learn more about Spring Training, including incentives and rules by visiting the Well Aware website. Then, log your activity in the online Well Aware Fitness Log. If you already have a fitness log account from an earlier challenge, you do not need to register for a new account. Trouble logging in? E-mail Well Aware.
New Seminar, Webinar Explores Strategies for Eating Well
Make good nutrition a way of life. Come and learn how to balance protein, carbohydrates and fats; survive the supermarket; and pick up strategies for eating out.
Thursday, March 9
West Farm Bus Depot
11920 Bournefield Way, Silver Spring
Tuesday, March 21
Shady Grove Bus Depot
16651 Crabbs Branch Way, Rockville
Thursday, March 23
Register for the seminar or webinar by emailing Well Aware with the date and time you plan to attend. If you register for the webinar, you will receive a link in your Outlook email, as well as an Outlook calendar reminder.
Don’t Miss This Month’s Wellness Newsletter
This month, meet three wellness coaches who used their Well Aware physical activity challenge winnings to establish a spa-like wellness room at their school. Also, find out about a new seminar/webinar from Cigna to help you make good nutrition a way of life; a new physical activity challenge for the spring; several national health observances and related events; and the return of Well Aware’s spring running program. Read it here.